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>> what was the temperature in santa rosa -- >> up to about 78. >> up to about 78. captioning funded by cbs good morning to our viewers in the west. it is thursday, september 3rd, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." heartbreaking images of europe's refugee crisis sends shockwaves around the world. we're at the budapest train station where desperate families hope there may be a way out. also video obtained by cbs news allegedly shows tsa agents manipulating security procedures to grope male passengers. and a football coach at a public high school facing backlash this morning after the mass baptism of his team. >> we begin with a look at today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds.
>> was the best friend, the love of my life. every night he came home to me. >> police hunt for the illinois cop killer. >> police searched for hours overnight. >> kristen claimed two men approached her car but it turned out to be a lie. police in hungary allow thousands of migrants to enter the train station. many hope to resettle to germany. >> the problem is not a european problem. the problem is a german problem. nobody would like to stay in hungary. they've vowed to refuse to answer questions from a congressional committee. the rnc circulating a loyalty pledge asking candidates to rule out a third party bid. >> it appears to be aimed at donald trump. kim davis will be in court today. she's been defying several court orders to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. >> she needs to be taken out of here in handcuffs. president obama secures enough votes for the iran
nuclear deal. the main airport in moscow. >> 3,000 people were evacuated from the airport because of a fire. the bay bridge backed up for miles. highway workers and police trying to catch a chicken running loose. >> all that -- >> this massive animal charging the truck. >> and all that matters. >> here's the thing. no one from jeb's campaign asked me if this was okay with me to raise money off my first show. >> hey, stephen, i'm at the philadelphia airport. i thought the host was amy schumer. i totally blew it. novak djokovic winning a match. >> there they are. the new doubles team. >> i tell you, that was -- good sport. >> this morning's eye opener is presented by toyota. let's go places.
welcome to "cbs this morning." charlie rose is off. anthony mason is with us. good to have you here. people are waking up to heartbreaking image on the front page of newspapers. this photo is graphic but til straights the tragedy of the migrant crisis. the body of a 3-year-old syrian boy washed ashore in turkey. he drowneda he was trying to reach a greek island. they've been working for months to get the boy's family to safety. >> europe is struggling deal with the flood of desperate fam lose fleeing isis and syria. there's a chaotic scene at a train station in hungary. that's a key transit point to other european nations. charlie d'agata is on a train pulling out of budapest right now. good morning. >> we're on board with one of the first trains to leave budapest. the migrants aren't even sure
where it's going. throughout the morning we heard they're accepting international tickets for destinations in hungary and some of the migrants are taking them up on that offer. as soon as those doors opened, migrants by the hundreds went flooding in. word spread fast. spilling on to the platforms and packing on to the train in a hope they were headed to germany, austria, anywhere but here. but nobody was telling them anything. bashir wondered why let them in if not to let them go. >> doesn't it feel like they're tricking you? >> they did. that's why we were hesitating to take this train or not. >> hesitating because the migrants fear instead of going to other richer countries they'll be taken to holding camps where they'll be forced to apply for arsylum in hungary. >> what are you going to do? >> i'm not going there. >> on board it was even more chaot ic. the heat and humidity of the
packed train was unbearable. families with young children and babies struggled for air. it was hard to keep the camera lens clear from the condensation. they're penniless, hungry and exhausted. after having spent weeks on the road and more than a week stuck at the station here, the migrants are desperate to board any train that will take them away. like hassam from dara. >> this is my lucky day. but i think it's my lucky day. i believe. >> reporter: it wasn't his lucky day. he decided to get off that train rather than risk it. we're hearing the trains are being stopped outside of budapest and migrants are being ordered off the train from there. where this train is going, we're about to find out. anthony? >> charlie d'agata in budapest, thank you. germany is now expecting 800,000 refugees this year. and they are expecting it is going to cost between $2 billion and $4 billion.
law enforcement overnight swarmed a rural area of northern illinois in the search for the killers of the veteran police lieutenant. this morning police say the tip they received was a hoax. 52-year-old joe gliniewicz was gunned down tuesday while chasing three men acting suspiciously. his widow spoke out at a vigil last night. anna werner is outside the fox lake police department in illinois northwest of chicago. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. what's tough for investigators here is that officer gliniewicz radioed in only the briefest of descriptions of these suspects. two white males and one black male. so investigators are relying on tips from the community. but last night, a woman claims someone tried to carjack her. 11 canine teams and three helicopters with heat-seeking technology responded to a tip of suspicious men in a corn field overnight. dozens of officers urgently combed a wooded area in lake county illinois, five miles
south of fox lake, where the police lieutenant was killed on tuesday. >> several hours were wasted here today. >> reporter: the five-hour search was a dead end. 30-year-old kristen kiefer was lying when she called in the sighting and attempted carja carjacking. >> all it takes is one tip or good lead to break a case wide open. >> reporter: the chief commands the lake county major crimes task force. >> if you have three suspects, they're going to talk to people they know. >> they always talk. >> lieutenant joe gliniewicz was on patrol tuesday when he radioed for backup while in pursuit of three men who were acting suspiciously. >> when you hear a veteran officer like this call out and say he needs a backup, that usually raises flags. >> once they got to the scene, it took responding officers nearly ten minutes to find gliniewicz shot, laying about 50 yards from his squad car. the community has embraced the widow and four sons of the fallen officer. >> joe was my best friend, my
world, my hero. the love of my life for the last 26 1/2 years. ♪ >> reporter: hundreds of people attended a vigil wednesday night to honor a man they're calling their hero in blue. >> joe was my partner for 30 years. he won't be forgotten. you're a man indeed. i love you, joe. >> behind me at the police department you can see some memorials for lieutenant gliniewicz, which has been growing over the last two days. now the woman who called in that alleged false report has been charged with two counts of disorderly conduct for falsifying a police report, and she's now in jail. >> anna, thank you so much. a former aide to hillary clinton plans to invoke the fifth amendment in response to a subpoena to testify before congress. brian tagliano helped set up the
server that housed clinton's private e-mail account. a panel wants to question him. >> donald trump is expected to meet today with the chairman of the republican national committee to discuss signing this loyalty pledge which was just obtained by cbs news. the committee on wednesday sent this document to all 17 republican candidates. it asked them to vow not to mount a third party campaign. donald trump is the only candidate who has made that threat. chip reid is in washington. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it is extremely rare for a major political party to ask a candidate to sign a loyalty pledge. it's still not clear if triumph will sign it. the only thing you can predict with certainty with donald trump is that he's unpredictable. >> raise your hand now if you won't make that pledge tonight. mr. trump? >> when asked if he'd rule out a third party run, trump's answer at last month's gop debate was clear. >> you're not going to make the
pledge? >> i will not make the pledge at this time. >> unbelievable! >> but now his own party is making the request, and they want it in writing. on wednesday, the pledge was e-mailed to the 17 republican candidates asking them to endorse the 2016 republican nominee, regardless of who it is. the document also asks them to confirm they would not run as an independent or write-in candidate. the billionaire's resistance to declare his unwavering support has given him leverage in the party. he's at the top of the polls and running independently could make a white house run for the gop very difficult. >> i want to be treated fairly. i want to be treated with respect. >> reporter: trump has repeatedly said he'd promise his devotion if treated well during his bid for the republican nomination. >> if i'm treated fairly and i get a good fair shot at this, and i'm not being sabotaged with all sorts of nonsense and a lot
of phony ads, i would have no interest in doing that whatsoever. >> reporter: over the weekend, trump said he'd prefer to run and win on the republican ticket. >> that would certain lly be th best path to victory. we'll take a decision very soon and i think a lot of people are going to be very happy. >> reporter: in addition to meeting with the gop chair today, trump will also hold a press conference in about an hour in new york. and keep in mind that even if he does sign the loyalty pledge, it is not a legally binding document. there's no guarantee he won't back out later if he feels he's not being treated with respect by the republican party. >> that is true. cbs news political director john dickerson is moderator of "face the nation." >> good morning. >> what do you think trump will do? >> i think he'll probably go for signing the pledge. over the last few weeks he's been going back and forth thinking about it. he likes leverage. he used that word in the debate and has in his conversations. leverage over the party.
basically making sure they don't try to stick tim in a corner or set him to the side. he's always left that idea of an independent run open. people told him he might get some percentage. 5% to 10 percentage points. if he signs this pledge, of those republicans who want to see him say he's serious about the party. so now as we've seen him inch by inch become more of a politician, less of a kind of outsider, this would be a move to try to increase his support within the party. >> doesn't seem to have hurt him so far. >> no, but the problem is always he's done very well, he's broken lots of rules and done better every time people have said breaking a rule would hurt him. it hasn't. he knows that there is a ceiling to his support. his favorability has grown in the latest des moines register poll but there is a portion of the party that says we won't vote for him ever. this is a way that he can perhaps expand his vote by
showing he's a team player. >> let's turn to vice president joe biden. we're waiting to hear what he's going to do. yesterday when speaking at a community college in florida, a lot of people said he sure sounded like a candidate. let's take a listen and get you're thoughts. >> people who aren't willing to risk failing never succeed. >> john dickerson, what do you make of that? >> that certainly could sond like somebody getting ready to jump in or somebody who is using this as a testing phase. all of this adulation is great on its own terms for somebody who could be coming to the end of their career. this is the way democrats have spoken about this. this is a victory lap for a man who has devoted his life to politics, which doesn't necessarily mean he's preparing the way. on the other hand, if he goes out and says that and people say, hey, joe, it sounds like you might want to run and we're all behind you, that could be the thing that inches him more
closely. we still don't know. >> john dickerson, thank you. president obama ckancecan celebrate a major foreign victory. he's secured enough votes in the senate to protect the agreement from republican efforts to kill it. barbara mikulski of maryland provided the final vote. >> the kentucky clerk defying the supreme court over same-sex marriage will appear in court in the next hour. she is refusing to comply citing religious views. dean reynolds is in ashland, kentucky, where davis faces the threat of jail. dean, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. kim davis goes before a federal judge today explaining why she should not be held in contempt. despite her continuing defiance of the highest court in the land. >> i'm not discriminating because i'm not issuing licenses to anybody. >> even with possible contempt
charges, kim davis continued to turn away hopeful couples wednesday. >> robbie blankenship and his partner of 20 years jesse cruz drove down from ohio to get a marriage license. >> we are getting a marriage license. >> not here today. >> oh, yeah. >> on wednesday, davis' lawyers argued their clients should not be held in contempt of court. in a seven-page filing they said the apostolic christian is unable to issue the licenses because it irreparably and irreversably violates her conscience. >> obey the law! >> reporter: davis' office has think about the center of a debate over the supreme court ruling. nationwide, clerks in 13 counties are refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, including nine counties in alabama where the chief justice of the state supreme court is strongly opposed to same-sex marriage.
>> evangelist ernie spence doesn't know davis but stands with her beliefs. >> are you at all worried that you're on a losing side of this? >> no, sir. it's in god's holy word. the bible tells us we're on the winning side. >> just a few feet away, mark castille and his husband kevin called for the clerk to step down. >> she wants her rights, then work for her church. work for a private company. >> we believe in religious liberties as well but when you're holding a public office, do your job. >> attorneys representing same-sex couples here have asked the judge to fine ms. davis. they have not asked for jail time though the judge could impose it if he chooses to. norah? >> dean, thank you. china is flexing its military muscle off the coast of alaska. the pentagon says five chinese navy ships are in the bering
sea. it's the first time the u.s. military has seen chinese warships in the area. it follows a massive display of force by china's military at a parade in beijing. seth doane is in the chinese capital. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. china will reduce its military by 300,000 troops. that's the big news coming out of this massive military parade in beijing today. it marks 70 years since the japanese surrendered at the end of world war ii. ♪ against the backdrop of the largest military parade in modern china, president xi announced the troop redeteuctio and pledged peace saying the experience of war makes people value peace even more. xi inspected some of the 12,000 troops taking part. a traction of the 2.3 million currently serving in the people's liberation army. china wants to modernize and centralize its forces. defense spending has been
growing by double digits in the last five years. china has been flexing its military muscle, particularly in the south china sea. you can see we are packed in here with media. the world is paying close attention to this parade. and in particular, defense departments around the world are watching which weapons are unveiled. many of them have never been seen before. the df-21d is one of the closest watched. it's a ballistic missile capable of sinking an aircraft carrier in a single strike. in the stands not far from president xi sat a u.s. army veteran. lieutenant jay vineyard. why do you think you are getting such a warm reception? >> because the chinese people have long memories. >> reporter: the 92-year-old had flown supplies into china, a u.s. ally during world war ii. he received a medsal from president xi this week. >> we all felt we made a big contribution to helping china in the war, and then in addition to
patting ourselves on the back, the chinese were willing to pat us on the back, too. >> reporter: to underline this slightly contradictory message of peace at this military parade, china released 70,000 doves for the finale. china invited the world to attend, but for the most part, western leaders stayed away, anthony, so as not to anger japan. >> seth doane in beijing, thanks. the tsa says these patdons went too far. ahead the just obtained video that shows an alleged conspiracy to
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good morning, i'm frank mallicoat. it isa wildfire in lake county the elk fire burning north of upper lake. it has grown to 450 acres right now it is 20% contained. contra costa county investigators are looking into the death of a man whose body was found a burned shed. firefighters discovered the body in bay point yesterday after dousing the fire. the victims' identity hasn't been released. and the four-game suspension for quarterback tom brady of the patriots has been lifted by a federal judge in "deflate-gate." san mateo native will suit up in the patriots ope,,,,,,,,
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baptisms. >> what were you thinking? >> i was so proud and excited and an example of the new relationship in their life and what it means in that school. >> reporter: kevin williams of the first baptist church said no one asked the school first. >> so the school really had nothing do with it. it's really us, the church, and the men of the community kind of setting it up. >> but you posted it up, god is back in school, god is alive in school. >> yeah. >> you flew was a line there. >> there's a lot of people who don't want god in anything. >> religion in public schools don't miss. >> our students should not be forced to pray to play and this is coercive and prosletizing. >> reporter: they sent the school district a letter and asked them to immediately investigate to make sure there
were no further illegal convenience. >> football players are at the mer soif their coach and want to please their coach. when they're being corralled to attend a religious service and be dunk and baptized, how can anyone not believe they're core getting baptized. >> the school district has released a statement saying it's looking into the specifics of the religion foundation is sugar over another incident. anthony? >> thank you, mark. taylor swift's new video is sparking an unexpected debate on race.
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it has to do with artistic artistry and integrity. ♪ >> reporter: it's probably safe to say that in her wildest dream taylor swift never imagined the current backlash against her current video. in it swift portrays a colonial era actress on the set of a film stage in 1950s africa but some say it's a pie gone era that ignores the colonialism and doesn't show enough color. >> it show glams russ beautiful side of white people's in involvement in africa while completely living out the exploitation that went along with it. >> reporter: films like "out of africa" starring meryl streep and "sing solomon's mind" were
tone deaf. the director of the video joseh kahn who collaborated with swift on others says there's no political agenda in the video. our only goal was to tell a classic love story in iconicoographiy. >> for someone like taylor, it might be a good idea to think about these issues a little more critically. >> reporter: online reaction has been mixed with some creating unwarranted controversy. for taylor, it's likely a lesson she won't forget. >> in the past taylor has not only shone charlottetown that she's politically attune but she's also always making a statement and she wants to be at the forefront of social chachlk and this was just a little blip in the world of taylor swift. >> the video has been viewed around 19 million times and swift says she will donate all of her proceeds from this video to the african parks foundation, which helps endangered animals.
>> sounds like a made up controversy to me. i feel like saying, go sit down. trying to create a problem where there really isn't one. i've looked at it three times myself. >> and i heard you guys singing it. >> listen. i love taylor swift. i think the video is great and they're telling a love story. it's not about politics, i don't think. >> it's not a film. it's music. it's a beautiful song. >> i'm still waving my taylor swift pom-poms. >> 19 million people are too. >> thank you, vlad. a chick about on the lam puts drivers in a jam. th
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all right. he knows,000 dodge cars hchl ees be dodging cars for hours and hours. >> some 240,000 people a day use the bay bridge. so the odds are great this chicken run without end in disas the ter. but finally they teemed up to take the bird safely into custody. the adventure ends as it often does for troublemakers, cooped up in the back of a police cruiser. for "cbs this morning," john blackstone. >> that was a good'. let hem run around. kentucky senator rand paul will be in studio 57 today. a pledge that all republican candidates are being asked to make this morning. did he sign it? is he going to? that's ahead on "cbs this morning."
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good morning. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 7:56. here's what's happening. in the last hour a federal judge lifted nfl quarterback tom brady's four-game suspension for "deflate-gate." brady says he played no role in a conspiracy to donate footballs in the championship game this year. brady will start next week as quarterback. caltrans with new overhead signs on westbound 880 on university avenue in berkeley. the smart signs will be activated later this year to notify drivers of incidents or blocked lanes ahead on the highway. and coming up on "cbs this morning," mountain lion crossing. one state is planning a multi- million dollar freeway overpass for animals.
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good morning from the traffic center. take you to an accident involving a vehicle and three pedestrians in pacheco. we are getting word of this accident. it's at second avenue near contra costa boulevard. again vehicle versus three people injuries reported. one adult and reportedly two children involved in this accident. we'll keep you updated on that again injuries are reported in the accident. bay bridge backed up looks like we are still seeing slow-and-go conditions metering lights on very busy off the eastshore freeway. san mateo bridge also taking a hit. roberta? >> thanks, gianna. good morning, everybody. from our kpix 5 studios, we head over towards sfo where we have no reports of any local airport delays today. low clouds breaking up temperature-wise we are in the 50s and 60s. 3 3 degrees in santa -- 53 degrees in santa rosa after starting at 49. 60s and 70s across the board today a few low 80s inland. ,,,,
good morning to our viewers in the west. it's thursday, september 3'd, 2015. welcome back to "cbs this morning." more real news ahead, including kentucky senator rand paul. we'll get the president kend date's take on the court denying marriage license to same-sex couples. here's a look at today's eye opener at 8:00. >> tom brady gets the victory. >> a federal judge through out the quarterback's four-game suspicion. >> migrants are being ordered off of the trains. >> last night a woman claimed someone tried to car jacque her. >> she admitted that she fabricated the entire story. >> a former aid to hillary
clinton plans to evoke the fifth amendment to response to a subpoena. >> it is extremely rare for the rnc to ask its candidates to sign a loyalty page. >> the world is paying close attention. defense departments around the world are watching which weapons are unveiled. >> the video harkens back to old hollywood. ♪ >> kim davis goes before a federal judge today explaining why she should not be held in contempt. >> she's been married four times herself. [ laughter ] >> in a way she is abexpert on people who shouldn't get married. i'm norah o'donnell. the heartbreaking image of a
child's body to be the humanitarian crisis unfolding in europe. the foe te we're showing you is graphic, a three-year-old boy who drown. his body washed ashore in turkey. a lot of people calling that picture a turning point. migrants are protesting their treatment this morning after they were ordered off a train. one family laid down on the train tracks. earlier hundreds flooded into a major train station in budapest this morning. they piled into the trains hoping to reach europe. charlie got on one of the trains with the migrants hoping to escape. >> reporter: we're on one of the first trains headed out of budapest this morning. the train has now come to a stop 20 minutes outside of budapest and the police are going through. it started this morning when police stepped aside and opened the gates to the station, migrants went flooding in
jumping on to the trains. they weren't sure where they were going. they were hoping to get to destinations away from hungry, germany and austria. migrants could get on the trains that were going to destinations within hungry and that's what these people are doing. some of the hungaryians are getting off of the trains as the officers told them to do. the migrants remain on the train. where it's going and what's going to happen to the migrants remain to be seen. >> thank you, charlie. a former aid to hillary clinton reportedly plans to evoke the fifth amendment in response to a congressional. he set up the server that housed clinton's private e-mail account when she was secretary of state. clinton's use of that server shielded some of her e-mail from the congressional inquiries. a panel investigating the 2012 benghazi attacks wants to question him.
vice president joe biden hits the road today to atlanta, after giving a speech in florida. but this morning he's not tipping his hand about running for president. 46% have a favorable impression of him, an equal number don't. nancy cordes is in florida. >> reporter: the vice president meet with jewish community leaders here in davy after hitting a fun raiding last night. a trip that feels an awful like a campaign stop in a battleground state. >> biden screws up experiment. >> if biden has made up his mind, he isn't saying. he poked fun at the crush of the media who were there. >> the interesting community colleges impress me greatly. >> in boston, chute senator elizabeth warren, herself a
progressive favorite described as avidly biden pursued her advice. >> he did. actually called me twice. >> the two met at his d.c. home last month. >> was there any talk with the vice president of a joint ticket even jokingly? >> it was a long conversation. >> reporter: we tried to ask the vice president about his presidential plans yesterday. but he ignored our shouted questions. and he has said that he is going to make up his mind by the end of the summer. so technically he has about three more weeks. a kentucky court clerk is appearing before a federal judge right now to argue her case against same-sex marriage. kim davis continued to defy a supreme court order yesterday to issue marriage licenses. >> i'm not discriminating. >> yeah, you are. >> the lawyers for davis argue she should not be held in contempt of court. they say that issuing the licenses to same-sex couples
irreversibly violates her consciousness. but the critics say if he work frs the government, she must follow the law. rand paul is with us this morning. good morning. good to see you. >> good morning. >> i want to ask you about what's happening in your state and county clerk kim davis. should she be fired or be allowed to keep her job? >> i think we could probably find an inbetween solution where people could have contracts, any consenting dumts can have contracts but that we don't really force people to put their signature or their approval on the contract. you know, notaries notarize contracts all the time. why couldn't you have a note vi doing it. the clerk said she will file the contracts. she just doesn't want to be forced to participate in something she has a religious objection to. ultimately if society is going to change its opinion on what marriage is, i think it would be better through persuasion than through sort of an aggressive
tactic where we federalize everything and force people to do things they don't want to do. ultimately it would be better to let people make their own decisions. >> right now we don't have another option. these are the two choices. do you support what she's doing? >> i don't think we always have to have two choices or that it has to be a binary option. notaries notarize contracts. in fact what's happening is the people who are promoting this change, as they become more aggressive, there is going to be more resistance. some of the states are getting out of the marriage business entirely saying, you want to have a marriage, go somewhere and get people who agree with your definition to give a signature on it. but don't ask those of us who don't agree. ultimately that's what's going to happen. if the people want to change things push too hard, they're going to make things worse. persuasion is a much better way that bullying people into believing what you believe in.
>> what do you make of the request for the r thrks c for candidates to sign a pledge that they won't run as third party candidates. have you receive that and will you or have you signed it? >> we have received it. i haven't signed it. do have some seympathy for the third party because sometimes the two party don't do that well and the third parties provide the pressure for the two parties to be better. but what i don't like the donald trump using the republican party and then perhaps going out at the end when he doesn't receive the nomination. >> do you like the idea of a pledge? will you seen it? >> ross pa roe gave us the first clinton and if trump does this again, she could give us anothe clinton. he ought to make the decision now. in all likelyhood, yes, i will sign the pledge. i haven't discussed it yet.
but we've said in the past i'm not going to run as a third party candidate and i think that's a reasonable pledge to take. >> senator paul, jeb bush and donald trump are having a spirited back and forth we should say by tweet. at one point jeb bush even said that donald trump is out to destroy the republican party. what do you think about that? >> i think that donald trump is a fake. i think he's a fake conservative and really there's not much about him that is conservative. i've been pointing out, with a great deal of emphasis, that the right to private property and that you can't take proift property and gift from one to another. this was a big deal for conservatives. it was in 2005 and we objected to the decision that allowed private property to be transferred from one private property owner to the other. this is something that donald trump uses in his business model. he took a lady's house who had lived in her house for 30 years to make a parking lot. and he used the bully force of government. he was for obamacare.
so i think he's been against conservatives on every issue of the decade and yet now he wants us to believe that he's changed his opinion on everything? that's a little unusual for an adult to now be against everything they were for. i'm going to keep pointing out that he's a fake conservative and he's going to have to convince people that he's sincere. >> thank you for being with us this morning. >> thank you. change is being served up at your breakfast table. ahead, the effort to get you the ch
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california's unveiling big plan this morning for a more than $30 million overpass across one of l.a. county's busiest freeways. the bridge is designed for wild animal whosz habitats are shrinking because urban sprawl. washington state reports on its first wide life crossing in june. ben tracy shows us how the largest animal bridge in america could save one of the last big carnivores in the u.s. >> reporter: he's the most famous lion in the world. his name is p-22 and he lives in the shadow of the hollywood sign in los angeles's griffith park. >> if he's anywhere in the area, hopefully i'll get a ping on my receiver. >> reporter: biologist jeff zing works for the national parks service. he uses his radio antenna to track p-22.
three years ago he attached a radio collar to his neck. that was after they discovered the big cat inside the park, a place visited by 10 million people each year. >> we're in the middle of los angeles. how extraordinary is it that a mountain lie john is roaming around here. >> he ended up in this dead end park. it's not ideal. >> reporter: to get there p-22 had to navigate a maze of l.a. freeways. he was boyne in the mountains, somehow crossed the 405, made his way across hollywood hills taking refuge in the park. beth pratt says p-22 got lucky. just this month, another mountain lion, p-32, became at least the 12 lion killed trying
to cross the freeway. >> they get to freeways and more often than not the car wins. >> 15 other mountain lions are being tracked in the area, many tagged as kittens. adult kittens can roam 200 miles to mate but are now stopped by freeways. p-22 has eight square miles to call his own and no one to mate with. >> these freeways are acting as barriers for animals who need to travel. and so we need to help wildlife somehow maneuver them if they're going have a future anywhere. >> reporter: today they released these renders of a proposed crossing. conservation groups are working to raise $10 million to get started. so far no taxpayer dollars are involved. >> it would come through sweeping across the freeway and they would be able to come right up here.
>> the crossing would allow all sorts of wild animals in the urban jupgle to once again roam the entire santa monica eco system. >> is there some sense we owe this to these animals? i me we created this. >> i think we owe it to them to give back their wild spaces. we've taken so much of their han at the. >> do you think this will be a tough sell or do you think you'll be able to get this done? >> there's been an pouring that in my 25 years i've never seen. >> p-22 is now the 122-pound poster boy for the move meant to get the overpass built and he recently made more headlines after strolling into a griffith park neighborhood. he hid underneath a house and then disappeared once everyone left him alone. it was a reminder that p-22 has few places to go unless we bridge the gap for him. >> p-22's story has sort of captured the malk of the world. so i know we're going to get
this done. >> reporter: for "cbs this morning," ben tracy, los angeles. >> i wish it didn't cost so much money. >> i know. he was all alone. he didn't have anything to name with. >> i was thinking about that and also the name p-22. who thought of that name? how about otis, charlie -- >> i thought you were going to -- >> we're out of time. some things have to remain private. will 007 shatter his own record again? we've got to your fall movie sneak previews ahead. that's on "cbs this morning." ele and get us energized! i'm new ensure active high protein. i help you recharge with nutritious energy and strength to keep you active. come on pear, it's only a half gallon. i'll take that. yeeeeeah! new ensure active high protein. 16 grams of protein and 23 vitamins and minerals. all in 160 calories.
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good morning? >> time for news headlines. a new wildfire is burning in lake county. the so-called elk fire is burning north of upper lake up to 450 acres and 20% contained. victory in court it morning for san mateo native tom brady. a judge overturned the nfl's four-game suspension against the new england patriots quarterback. the league has suspended him believing he conspired to get underinflated footballs for a play-off game last season. and ahead on "cbs this morning," kellogg's and general mills hope healthier cereals will boost their slumping sales. inside the new breakfa,,,,,,,,
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north 101,92 to the 80 split 30- minute drive. northbound 280, 380 to 101, 18 minutes this morning. bay bridge still backed up metering lights are on. delays of an hour off the eastshore freeway carquinez bridge to the maze. here's roberta. izzy the spider making an appearance this morning. wind-swept blue skies this morning. this is the scene looking towards san francisco where air temperatures stand in the upper 50s. otherwise, concord at 63. santa rosa cool at 53 degrees with a calm wind. later today westerlies 10 to 20, temperatures in the 60s at the beaches. when you look at that high in san francisco at 69, that's where we should be for this thursday of the month. 70s line the rim of the bay. 70s also around the peninsula. and climbing up to 78 in livermore where we should be right around 88 degrees. tomorrow additional cooling takes place. then over the weekend through monday we are talking about a strengthening ridge of high pressure, just in time for the
welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour hollywood is releasing a flood of blockbusters this morning. co-founder steve jobs that may inspire voters we'll see what big releases are worth watching. >> plus cereal makers are doing what they can to boost soggy sales and stay relevant. ahead, the new products you'll see on store shelves and changes to old favorites. thisern mog it's time to show you some of this morning's headlig headlights. there are flaws in baby monitors
that open the door to hacker. they tested nine monitors that connected to the internet. all had security problems. three allowed them to have images even if they followed the security instructionet. the army has opened up to women. this comes after two women completed successfully passing army. kareem abdul-jabbar's op-ed. he wrote, this is the difference between donald trump and bernie sanders, he was especially critical as to what he referred to as trump bullying the media while sander has been much more willing to listen. he posted trump's response. he said the press treated an door jabar badly because they
can't stand him. >> you might grab a bowl of cereal to make your bref fast great again. sales have been slumping. to buck that trend, kellogg's has launched kelloggs yore jibs. general mills is putting more natural ingredients in check and cheerios are now gluten-free. legaigh gallaghegaigh gallaghert manager of "fortune magazine." good morning. this is a big move. >> it is a big move but desperately needed. it saw its worst profit in more than a decade last year aptd needs to bring this category back because it's its mainstay product. it really invented breakfast
over 100 years ago when it first came up with cereal to begin with. >> so what's happening? >> a couple of things. number one, there are a lo of consumer trends happening, behavioral habits happening. cereal peaked when dad stayed at home and mom went to work. that's one thing. we're having fewer kids, everyone works, and everyone is on the go. here's the the big issue. the big processed packaged food industries are under attack. we kid a big cover story on this a couple of weeks ago. you see it everywhere you go. everyone is obsessed with fresh, organic, whole.
>> kellogg's bought kashi cereal which is more organic and they think it crushed that brand. >> the thing is they were way ahead of the game when they bought kashi in 2000, way ahead of it. this was a very countercultury brand and then they left it alone and it started to tlierch and then they got their hands in it in 2007 and then things starting to go south. so they're trying to turn it around. >> what does it mean for the company and what does it mean for the customer? >> healthy eating has changed. it used to mean fat-free, sugar-free, healthy. now it's full fat. nottely low calorie, but it's going through the roof. it's been disruptive.
>> do they get it or understand it? >> they get it. >> very often when a big company buy as small company they don't understand the culture and sometimes they ruin it. >> like kashi. so far we haven't seen it on this latest round. campbell soups bought bold house farms. general mills bought annie's organic. that happens all over the place. haynes secelestial has kind of rocketed and they're getting shelves in big super markets they wouldn't have gotten 10 years oeg. >> not yet. hollywood this morning is on its way to one of the stronger weeks at the box office fr. the new bond movie that's called "specter" to thrillers like
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hunger games". she finally gets to storm the capital and take out the slimy presidents. a lot of people are anticipating it. i really like this franchise. it's been one of the most successful adaptations. >> along with that we've got specter. >> no pressure. "specter" is like the biggest one ever. there's a henchman involved. we may see a classic villain. we'll learn what shaped him as a boy, as a man. he's getting to the last of it. >> he says it may be his last one. do you believe it, america. >> he said there would be two more. let's see if there's a two-party movie. >> what about "steve jobs." >> i think this may be an early front-runner for best picture. i had had people whisper in my
ear it's really, really good. they both came out around the same time. danny boyle directed it. it's really successful because everybody has a computer, a smartphone, they're going to want know how it all came to be. the trailers look -- >> has anybody said anything about eddy redmayne. >> if he does it he'll be the first with philadelphia and forest gump. she paints him as a woman and that experience sort of awakens him to identify as a woman. he becomes the first to undergoal gender reassignment vurjry. he has very delicate performances but he delivers a lot of flavor and he's nice to watch. >> i like that.
delivers a lot of flavor. >> and you have brad pitt and angelina jolie where she's directing him. >> yes. >> and they're still maired. >> they're still married. you know what's funny about this? they actually shot this on their honeymoon technically and it's about a couple who goes away to france to fix their marriage, they're having problems and can this vacation fix their mancht strange thing to do on your honeymoon. people have been dying. i can't wait. she's really proving herself as a fantastic director right now. >> and nancy myers has a new film. her new movie is called intern? >> intern. robert de niro plays with ann hathaway. i don't really like him in comedy. you know, this one looking charming "something's got to
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heart of home country, famous for its music and culture. >> are you cajun? >> no. no. there's not a drop of cajun in me. >> before he was chasing suspects, this new orleans native was chasing money. >> i was a very successful businessman but i wasn't fulfilled in my spirit. i knew that there was another path for me. >> that path he said led him to law enforcement. >> my job went from $140,000 a year to $8 an hour as a cop. >> reporter: his tape is intimidating but effective. nine people have turned themselves in this past year. >> how long have you been in jail? >> since august 2nd. >> a father of two is one of them. >> why did you turn yourself in? >> to get my kid as what they
need. >> reporter: he surrendered after chance was called out on crime stoppers. >> >> chance, listen to uncle clay. turn yourself in, son. >> reporter: higgins said his message comes from the heart and his own experience as a less than perfect person. >> not only did i do things wrong, you'd better start early, pack a lunch and bring a flash light with batteries to find what i did wrong. now that i got a weirdass past, bring a shuffle, you might need an excavator. >> whatever is in his past, hi future is certainly bright. >> other law enforcement officers are calling him. this past month he got a promotion from lieutenant to captain. >> wow. i like him. clearly there's something in his past and somebody's going to start digging with a shovel. >> you'd better have your affairs in order. >> i like it. i like what he's doing.
this morning the video you're seeing of a british police officer dancing to "foot loose" is on social media. she marched with about 200 colleagues in the parade this weekend. they said you'll never see her up there because that keeps her from dancing. she hopes the video helps promote a positive image of police. i say mission accomplished. i love looking at her partner there. he's like, okay.
your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. good morning, it is 8:55. a mother and two children were hit by a car in contra costa county near second avenue and shadowwood drive. two of the victims were airlifted to the hospital. and just in, a french prosecutor says the wing discovered in july is in fact from the missing malaysian airlines flight. investigators linked the serial number found or the part with a corresponding number on the boeing 777 that disappeared. the commute on westbound interstate 80 near berkeley is about to look a little different. caltrans is getting ready to reveal smart traffic signs. they will notify drivers of incidents of blocked lanes ahead. roberta? >> good morning, everybody. as you are heading out the door, a little bit of a chill in the air especially in the santa rosa area where the temperatures have been if the
50s. otherwise, boy! visibility is unlimited as we take a bird's-eye view toward alcatraz and angel island. there you have 53 degrees in santa rosa. otherwise 50s in napa. it's in the low 60s in san jose. now, later today, pretty seasonal around the beaches and the bay in the 60s and 70s. peninsula in the mid-70s. then inland, away from the bay, 78 degrees in livermore. a good 10 degrees below average. additional cooling takes place for our friday but then high pressure strengthens. that results in sunny skies, warmer conditions saturday through the holiday on monday. dry skies tuesday and wednesday. gianna is in the house with a look at traffic up next. [female announcer] through labor day at sleep train's mattress price wars, save up to $400 on beautyrest and posturepedic. get interest-free financing until 2019 on tempur-pedic.
good morning. westbound 12 near 101 we have reports of a traffic alert lanes blocked for an injury accident. slow conditions as a result. 101 northbound slow through there. southbound 101 near cesar chavez accident blocking lanes busy north- and southbound into san francisco. 280 extension also sluggish northbound king street towards san francisco. south 101 marsh clearing stages. it's been a struggle along the peninsula through this portion of the road. slow out of the south bay on the northbound side of 101.
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